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The mythical sword Tyrfing has appeared several times in modern culture.
- Tyrfing appears as a weapon in many console RPGs.
- The Tyrfing is the holy weapon wielded by Sigurd (and later his son Seliph) in Fire Emblem: Seisen no Keifu.
- Viking metal band Thyrfing derived its name from Tyrfing.
- Tyrfing appears in Poul Anderson's Norse fantasy The Broken Sword.
- The sports club IL Tyrving from Bærum, Norway is named after Tyrfing.
- A sword named Tyrfing is found in the videogame Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
- Tyrfing could be the mythological source for at least two well known fantasy cursed swords: Anglachel and Stormbringer
- Tyrfing is the weapon used by Grand Chase character Ronan, for his Abyss Knight job.
- One of the songs on the electronica band The Cutler's debut album ('Cutler', 2008) is called Tyrfing
- One of the four swords of power in Michael Scott's The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel series is the Tyrfing, along with Excalibur, Clarent, and Joyeuse.
- Tyrfing is a sword of power in the novel Blood of Ambrose by James Enge.
- Tyrfing appears in the Nexon game Mabinogi as a weapon of the Fomors.
- Tyrfing appears as Galdarblog's sword in the anime So, I Can't Play H?
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